Raroa FPSO

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Summary Information

Brief Description

  • The vessel is capable of processing 40,000 barrels of oil per day and with a storage capacity of up to 646,548 barrels of oil
  • Raroa FPSO was made from the conversion of the 92,802 dwt tanker, the M.T. Andaman Sea


  • Tanker Pacific Offshore Terminals: Provision of the FPSO
  • Jurong Shipyard: FPSO conversion
  • Kavin Engineering: Detailed Engineering of Sulphate Reduction Unit


  • In operation


  • 2006 - Jurong Shipyard signs conversion contract
  • 2009 - Production started

Other Information

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  1. International Protective Coatings FPSO References
  2. Kavin Engineering FPSO References
  3. SembCorp Marine's Subsidiary Jurong Shipyard Secures FPSO Conversion Contracts from Tanker Pacific
  4. OMV announces first oil flows from Maari field

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